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WHAT branch can overrides presidential veto?

legislativeLegislativethe legislative branch of government can override vetoes - e.g. Congress in the United States


When congress overrides a presidential vote it is checking which other branch?

The executive branch.


When congress override a presidential veto it is checking which other branch?

The legislative branch has the power to override presidential vetoes. In so doing, the presidential branch is being checked.


What branch overrides a veto?

The branch that overrides a presidential veto in the United States is the legislative branch, which is responsible for passing laws. Congress can override a veto with a two-thirds majority vote in both the House of Representatives and the Senate.


What branch can override a presidential veto?

legislativeLegislativethe legislative branch of government can override vetoes - e.g. Congress in the United States


How is the legislative branch checked the executive branch?

The Legislative Branch impeaches the president, overrides presidential vetoes, rejects treaties, witholds funding for initiatives, and rejects presidential appointments. It takes a two thirds vote to do these though.


Who can override presidential vetoes?

Congress is the only the body that can over ride vetoes


How does the legislative branch check the power of the executive branch when the president breaks the law?

it overrides the presidential veto impeachment, house brings charges senate holds trial(I maybe wrong)


Which is a presidential power?

Overruling vetoes


What are two checks on the executive branch?

Congress controls budget, can impeach president, and can override presidential vetoes. The Supreme Court has judicial review.


Which scenario is an accurate example of how branches of the federal government can check each other's power?

The president vetoes a law passed by Congress, but Congress overrides the veto with a two-thirds majority vote. (APEX)


Which branch of government uses pocket vetoes?

The Executive branch.